Thank you for your reply. You never told us anything about what you knew or did not know when you posted your question, so we have no idea. However, we get customers coming here and even to our offices asking us to tell them what to do and when we tell them the law, which is all we can tell them, they will say, "I read that" well let me explain to you, the law is what it is, there are no real "opinions" just what the law says and we cannot rewrite it to tell someone more.
So if you have specific questions interpreting the law, ask, but unless you tell me what you know and what more you want to know I nor any other expert has any way to know what you want or know what is in your head.
You have recourse as I have already told you, so I do not know what more you would want to know, but would be unable to even tell you more without you telling me what more you want.
So, you want to know how to proceed with your work in WHAT MANNER, you need to tell us specifically, since filing the EEOC complaint is "how you proceed with your work." The EEOC takes your complaint, notifies the employer that it is investigating and this puts the employer on notice of your claim. Dealing with your employer then means only going to work and doing your job, there is no other way to deal with them. You need to let the EEOC complete their investigation and give you a right to sue letter if they cannot do so.
Until that time if the treatment is causing manifestation of physical symptoms in you, then you can seek to go out of work sick until this is resolved and if the doctors say it is from the stress created by the hostile work environment, then you can pursue the claim under workers compensation